Hardy Hollies – Great Winter Colour & Bird Attraction

Hardy Hollies - Holly Foliage - May

Autumn-Winter Colour

Ilex – Hardy Hollies are great versatile plants well suited for topiary, hedging and attracting birdlife. All these varieties as listed below are non-spreading forms.

ILEX meserveae 'Blue Angel' 35lt - Feb
ILEX meserveae Blue Prince - 12lt - Nov
ILEX meserveae 'Blue Prince' 35lt Std - Feb

ILEX merservae ‘Blue Angel’
Hardy Holly with more prickly type foliage and mass of red berries in autumn-winter – Great Mistletoe Maker!

ILEX merservae ‘Blue Prince’
Deep Blue Holly with smooth leaf. Great for topiary and formal hedging. Clusters of white flower mid summer with no fruit as is sterile.

ILEX merservae ‘Blue Prince’ Std
Topiary form of Holly, has small white flower mid summer and is a sterile non berry form.

ILEX crenata Sky Pencil 35lt - Oct
ILEX altaclerensis Golden King 80lt - Jan
ILEX aquifolium ‘Handsworth New Silver’ 80lt - Jan

ILEX crenata ‘Sky Pencil’
Fine leaf (like Buxus) Columnar Holly. Creates a stunning entranceway or avenue. Hardy.

ILEX altclarensis ‘Golden King’
Variegated Golden Holly with masses of red berries early winter. Great for winter colour.

ILEX aquifolium ‘Handsworth New Silver’
Silver Variegated Holly. Great colour contrast in darker garden positions.